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Mets Morning News: Francisco Lindor honored, World Series nears its end in Houston

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National League Wild Card Series: San Diego Padres v. New York Mets Photo by Rob Tringali/MLB Photos via Getty Images

Meet the Mets

Francisco Lindor was awarded the Marvin Miller Man of the Year award by the MLBPA.

Mark Canha discussed his feelings on his first year in New York and whether he expected some of his free agent teammates to come back.

Anthony DiComo discussed the priorities for the Mets as free agency approaches.

There are a few hitters who will be potential free agent targets for the Mets as they look to fill their offensive holes.

Former Met Jenrry Mejia is now encouraging other players from the Dominican Republic to avoid making the same mistakes he did.

Around the National League East

The Phillies have their backs to the wall heading to Houston for the remainder of the World Series, but still feel like they can beat the odds and win it all. listed five storylines for a Game 6 which could end the Phillies season.

Zack Wheeler is ready to go for that decisive Game 6 after receiving an extra day of rest.

Liberty Media announced the total revenue the Braves have generated in 2022.

Around Major League Baseball

Dusty Baker is one win away from finally claiming his first World Series victory as a manager.

The MLBPA announced all of their Players Choice Award Winners.

The Athletic’s Jim Bowden offered his prediction for the contracts that each of the top 25 free agents would receive and which teams might be in the market for them.

Jon Heyman argued that the Yankees need to channel their inner George Steinbrenner this offseason after another season without a World Series victory.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

David Capobianco recapped Starling Marte’s debut season with the Mets.

This Date in Mets History

Darryl Strawberry became a free agent - leading to his eventual departure from the franchise he had spent his entire career with - on this date in 1990.